Miami celebra el título de los Heat

Miami Heat celebra con un desfile en las calles de Miami el título de la NBA.

MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: The Larry O'Brien Trophy sits on display during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: The Larry O'Brien Trophy sits on display during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat rides in a victory parade through the streets during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. The Heat beat the Oklahoma Thunder to win the NBA title. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat rides in a victory parade through the streets during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. The Heat beat the Oklahoma Thunder to win the NBA title. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Fans cheer as Miami Heat players pass by in a victory parade through the streets during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. The Heat beat the Oklahoma Thunder to win the NBA title. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Fans cheer as Miami Heat players pass by in a victory parade through the streets during a celebration for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. The Heat beat the Oklahoma Thunder to win the NBA title. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat celebrates during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat celebrates during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat looks on during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat looks on during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Dwyane Wade #3 of the Miami Heat celebrates during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Miami Heat Victory Parade And Rally
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 25: Dwyane Wade #3 of the Miami Heat celebrates during a rally for the 2012 NBA Champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on June 25, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis led his team past the Miami Heat in the NBA.
Davis, Jokic star with huge performances
New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis led his team past the Miami Heat in the NBA.
NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 23: Anthony Davis #23 of the New Orleans Pelicans reacts to a play during the game against the Miami Heat on February 23, 2018 at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
Prolific Davis lifts Pelicans past Heat in OT, 124-123
NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 23: Anthony Davis #23 of the New Orleans Pelicans reacts to a play during the game against the Miami Heat on February 23, 2018 at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
GAME RECAP: Pelicans 124, Heat 123
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
GAME RECAP: Pelicans 124, Heat 123
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
GAME RECAP: Pelicans 124, Heat 123
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
GAME RECAP: Pelicans 124, Heat 123
Anthony Davis put the Pelicans on his back with 45 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, and 5 blocks as the Pelicans get a win in overtime over the Heat 124-123. Goran Dragićc scored 30 points for Miami in the loss.
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Fmr. Miami Dolphins Player Jonathan Martin Detained By Police Over Instagram Post
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Fmr. Miami Dolphins Player Jonathan Martin Detained By Police Over Instagram Post
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Fmr. Miami Dolphins Player Jonathan Martin Detained By Police Over Instagram Post
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
Fmr. Miami Dolphins Player Jonathan Martin Detained By Police Over Instagram Post
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post .
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep School
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep School
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep School
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep School
A law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former NFL Lineman Jonathan Martin Detained After Social Media Threat Shuts Down Harvard-Westlake
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former NFL Lineman Jonathan Martin Detained After Social Media Threat Shuts Down Harvard-Westlake
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former NFL Lineman Jonathan Martin Detained After Social Media Threat Shuts Down Harvard-Westlake
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
Former NFL Lineman Jonathan Martin Detained After Social Media Threat Shuts Down Harvard-Westlake
Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying. Cristy Fajardo reports.
All three series in the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires are at Homestead-Miami Speedway for pre-season testing, with Indy Lights kicking things off on Friday.
MRTI: pre-season testing Day 1 notebook
All three series in the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires are at Homestead-Miami Speedway for pre-season testing, with Indy Lights kicking things off on Friday.
All three series in the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires are at Homestead-Miami Speedway for pre-season testing, with Indy Lights kicking things off on Friday.
MRTI: pre-season testing Day 1 notebook
All three series in the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires are at Homestead-Miami Speedway for pre-season testing, with Indy Lights kicking things off on Friday.
Escuela de Los Angeles cerró tras la supuesta amenaza de un exjugador de los Miami Dolphins
Escuela de Los Angeles cerró tras la supuesta amenaza de un exjugador de los Miami Dolphins
Escuela de Los Angeles cerró tras la supuesta amenaza de un exjugador de los Miami Dolphins
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
Miami Student Jailed For Social Media Gun Photos and Child Porn
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
Miami Student Jailed For Social Media Gun Photos and Child Porn
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
Miami Student Jailed For Social Media Gun Photos and Child Porn
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
Miami Student Jailed For Social Media Gun Photos and Child Porn
A Miami father, concerned over some of his son’s disturbing social media posts with guns, leads to the teenager’s arrest. That’s because when the father turned over his son’s smartphones to police, they also found child porn, police say.
In this Jan. 15, 2018 photo Miami's Bruce Brown Jr. (11) stands on the court during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Duke in Coral Gables, Fla. Brown is expected to be sidelined for about six weeks because of a left foot injury that will require surgery. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
Hurricanes guard Bruce Brown Jr. out until at least March 12
In this Jan. 15, 2018 photo Miami's Bruce Brown Jr. (11) stands on the court during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Duke in Coral Gables, Fla. Brown is expected to be sidelined for about six weeks because of a left foot injury that will require surgery. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
<p>Time is running out on the MLS offseason and, with it, commissioner Don Garber’s hope (and that of many fans) that the current round of expansion will be finalized before the league’s 23rd campaign kicks off.</p><p>The games begin March 3. The race to be named MLS’s 26th team, which actually could wind up being the 24th to take the field, now looks like it’s going to extend beyond that date.</p><p>But maybe not too far beyond.</p><p>Appearing on <a href="https://www.si.com/soccer/2018/01/24/don-garber-mls-expansion-columbus-aly-wagner-alexis-sanchez-barco-uswnt" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:SI TV’s Planet Fútbol show in late January" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">SI TV’s <i>Planet Fútbol</i> show in late January</a>, Garber said, “My guess is hopefully before the start of the season,” when asked when the next expansion club would be identified. Nashville was granted a franchise in mid-December and FC Cincinnati, the Sacramento Republic and a Detroit bid fronted by NBA owners Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores were vying for the second and final award of the round (which doesn’t include Miami).</p><p>Originally, MLS hoped to name both new teams before the end of 2017. Then, it hoped to have it done by the start of the ‘18 season. And Garber sounded optimistic last month it could happen.</p><p>“No issues there. Just dotting the Is and crossing the Ts,” he said.</p><p>But opening day approaches, there are no plans for an announcement and with Sacramento still looking for a new investor and Cincinnati involved in a public (and occasionally passionate) dialogue over its preferred West End stadium site, it appears this marathon still has a few miles to go.</p><p>“Although we haven’t finalized any deals and all of the finalist markets remain under consideration, we’ve made the most progress in Cincinnati,” MLS president and deputy commissioner Mark Abbott told SI.com on Friday.</p><p>Reflecting on Garber’s January comment, it turns out there are lots of Is to dot and a T to cross in “Cincinnati.” The USL club owned primarily by local insurance and financial services billionaire Carl Lindner III remains the heavy favorite.</p><p>“We don’t have, and don’t need to have, a fixed deadline, and we will wait until all of the necessary elements are in place before selecting the next club,” Abbott said. “Whether the announcement is in a few weeks or a couple months is dependent on finalizing the details, but I don’t anticipate that it will be an extended period of time.”</p><p>Cincinnati’s stadium situation is complex. The team has either three sites or no sites, depending on how particular you want to be. The clearest path to an arena runs through Oakley, a growing neighborhood about five miles northeast of central Cincinnati. The club will get $51 million in infrastructure funding in Oakley—FCC will finance construction of the stadium itself—and MLS typically is reluctant to turn its back on public money. But it also typically prefers to be closer to downtown, and the league would rather see FCC play in the West End or even in Newport, Kentucky, which is just across the Ohio river.</p><p>It’s possible the infrastructure funding could be available for the West End site (Hamilton County has agreed to pay for a 1,000-space parking garage), but building in such a densely populated area—the club would replace and relocate a high school football stadium—inevitably creates concern among residents. FCC president Jeff Berding, a former Cincinnati city councilman and Bengals executive, has faced a bit of heat at recent school board and community meetings.</p><p>Berding was unavailable to comment Friday.</p><p>Abbott said there was no handshake deal with FC Cincinnati in place that might allow the club to lobby for the West End site with maximum leverage. FCC already has several advantages in the expansion race, after all. It has the billionaire owner Sacramento needs and the commitment to build a new stadium still absent in Detroit. Even if FCC doesn’t secure the ideal site, it’s still the furthest along among the three finalists.</p><p>That doesn’t mean Sacramento has given up. Investor Kevin Nagle was unable to deliver a fully-funded proposal when meeting with MLS in December, and Republic suffered another blow when billionaire technology executive Meg Whitman bowed out as a minority owner soon thereafter. But multiple sources have confirmed <a href="http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/city-beat/article200400399.html" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:a recent report in The Sacramento Bee" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">a recent report in <i>The Sacramento Bee</i></a> that Nagle has received expressions of interest from several potential partners, and he said he’s willing to step aside as the lead investor in order to make MLS happen. Nagle’s group already includes the San Francisco 49ers and several investors in the Sacramento Kings.</p><p>The league likes the market and Republic’s Railyard stadium plan, and even if FCC is awarded the next franchise, Sacramento immediately becomes a favorite to land No. 27 or 28. A lot of the hard work in California’s capital already has been done. No timeline has been announced for the awarding of those final two expansion slots, but it’s understood that the 12 cities that applied in January 2017 remain the ones under consideration.</p><p>If Cincinnati gets its team soon, it also becomes the most likely to kick off in 2019 and bring MLS back to an even number of members. MLS and FCC have looked at what Nippert Stadium might need to host league matches for a season or two, and the team already has some of the required technical infrastructure in place. Garber and David Beckham both said Miami would begin play in 2020. Nashville also isn’t too interested in rushing to take the field as it approaches its inaugural season in the USL (FCC is entering its third).</p><p>Los Angeles FC’s arrival this season leaves MLS at 23 teams. The league’s board of governors is scheduled to meet in mid April in Los Angeles.</p>
Next MLS Expansion Decision Likely to Come After Start of 2018 Season

Time is running out on the MLS offseason and, with it, commissioner Don Garber’s hope (and that of many fans) that the current round of expansion will be finalized before the league’s 23rd campaign kicks off.

The games begin March 3. The race to be named MLS’s 26th team, which actually could wind up being the 24th to take the field, now looks like it’s going to extend beyond that date.

But maybe not too far beyond.

Appearing on SI TV’s Planet Fútbol show in late January, Garber said, “My guess is hopefully before the start of the season,” when asked when the next expansion club would be identified. Nashville was granted a franchise in mid-December and FC Cincinnati, the Sacramento Republic and a Detroit bid fronted by NBA owners Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores were vying for the second and final award of the round (which doesn’t include Miami).

Originally, MLS hoped to name both new teams before the end of 2017. Then, it hoped to have it done by the start of the ‘18 season. And Garber sounded optimistic last month it could happen.

“No issues there. Just dotting the Is and crossing the Ts,” he said.

But opening day approaches, there are no plans for an announcement and with Sacramento still looking for a new investor and Cincinnati involved in a public (and occasionally passionate) dialogue over its preferred West End stadium site, it appears this marathon still has a few miles to go.

“Although we haven’t finalized any deals and all of the finalist markets remain under consideration, we’ve made the most progress in Cincinnati,” MLS president and deputy commissioner Mark Abbott told SI.com on Friday.

Reflecting on Garber’s January comment, it turns out there are lots of Is to dot and a T to cross in “Cincinnati.” The USL club owned primarily by local insurance and financial services billionaire Carl Lindner III remains the heavy favorite.

“We don’t have, and don’t need to have, a fixed deadline, and we will wait until all of the necessary elements are in place before selecting the next club,” Abbott said. “Whether the announcement is in a few weeks or a couple months is dependent on finalizing the details, but I don’t anticipate that it will be an extended period of time.”

Cincinnati’s stadium situation is complex. The team has either three sites or no sites, depending on how particular you want to be. The clearest path to an arena runs through Oakley, a growing neighborhood about five miles northeast of central Cincinnati. The club will get $51 million in infrastructure funding in Oakley—FCC will finance construction of the stadium itself—and MLS typically is reluctant to turn its back on public money. But it also typically prefers to be closer to downtown, and the league would rather see FCC play in the West End or even in Newport, Kentucky, which is just across the Ohio river.

It’s possible the infrastructure funding could be available for the West End site (Hamilton County has agreed to pay for a 1,000-space parking garage), but building in such a densely populated area—the club would replace and relocate a high school football stadium—inevitably creates concern among residents. FCC president Jeff Berding, a former Cincinnati city councilman and Bengals executive, has faced a bit of heat at recent school board and community meetings.

Berding was unavailable to comment Friday.

Abbott said there was no handshake deal with FC Cincinnati in place that might allow the club to lobby for the West End site with maximum leverage. FCC already has several advantages in the expansion race, after all. It has the billionaire owner Sacramento needs and the commitment to build a new stadium still absent in Detroit. Even if FCC doesn’t secure the ideal site, it’s still the furthest along among the three finalists.

That doesn’t mean Sacramento has given up. Investor Kevin Nagle was unable to deliver a fully-funded proposal when meeting with MLS in December, and Republic suffered another blow when billionaire technology executive Meg Whitman bowed out as a minority owner soon thereafter. But multiple sources have confirmed a recent report in The Sacramento Bee that Nagle has received expressions of interest from several potential partners, and he said he’s willing to step aside as the lead investor in order to make MLS happen. Nagle’s group already includes the San Francisco 49ers and several investors in the Sacramento Kings.

The league likes the market and Republic’s Railyard stadium plan, and even if FCC is awarded the next franchise, Sacramento immediately becomes a favorite to land No. 27 or 28. A lot of the hard work in California’s capital already has been done. No timeline has been announced for the awarding of those final two expansion slots, but it’s understood that the 12 cities that applied in January 2017 remain the ones under consideration.

If Cincinnati gets its team soon, it also becomes the most likely to kick off in 2019 and bring MLS back to an even number of members. MLS and FCC have looked at what Nippert Stadium might need to host league matches for a season or two, and the team already has some of the required technical infrastructure in place. Garber and David Beckham both said Miami would begin play in 2020. Nashville also isn’t too interested in rushing to take the field as it approaches its inaugural season in the USL (FCC is entering its third).

Los Angeles FC’s arrival this season leaves MLS at 23 teams. The league’s board of governors is scheduled to meet in mid April in Los Angeles.

<p>Former Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has been released from custody Friday, one day after <a href="http://www.12up.com/posts/5986216-high-school-shuts-down-after-former-dolphins-ol-posts-disturbing-instagram-threat" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:posting a disturbing photo" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">posting a disturbing photo</a> on his social media account that forced the closure of a California high school, ESPN&#39;s Kyle Bonagura reports.</p><p>Matt Stone of ABC <a href="https://twitter.com/MattStoneABC/status/967130593187246080" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:reported" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">reported</a> the original news that Martin was taken into custody. </p><p>Michael Balsamo of the Associated Press <a href="https://apnews.com/b1bbc618c1e64329a0ef29d3649260b8/Jonathan-Martin-detained-by-police-after-Instagram-post?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&#38;utm_source=Twitter&#38;utm_medium=AP" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:reported" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">reported</a> that Martin was questioned and is not under arrest, and a law enforcement official told the AP it was not clear if Martin posted the photo himself.</p><p>Martin, 28, posted a picture Thursday in an Instagram story featuring a gun with the chilling words &quot;When you’re a bully victim &#38; a coward, your options are suicide, or revenge.&quot; The post tagged former Dolphins teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey, as well as Los Angeles-area Harvard-Westlake high school. Martin graduated from the high school in 2008.</p><p>“Last evening, we learned of an Internet post that mentions Harvard-Westlake by name,” the school said in a statement as it closed both its campuses. “Out of an abundance of caution, and because the safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our top priority, we made the decision to close school (Friday). We are working closely with law enforcement and will share more information when we are able.”</p><p>According to the <a href="http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-harvard-westlake-security-risk-20180223-story.html" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Los Angeles Times" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>Los Angeles Times</em></a>, students received a message through the school’s Emergency Notification System at 7:14 a.m. PT Friday. Police reported to both campuses.</p><p>The two other accounts tagged in the post appear to belong to men who attended Harvard-Westlake at the same time as Martin. James Dunleavy, the son of former NBA coach Mike Dunleavy, graduated from Harvard-Westlake in 2007 before going to play basketball at USC, and there is a T.J. Taylor who played on the Harvard-Westlake basketball team and graduated in 2007.</p><p>This post comes a week after <a href="http://time.com/5158678/what-to-know-about-the-active-shooter-situation-at-florida-high-school/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:19-year-old Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla." class="link rapid-noclick-resp">19-year-old Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla.</a>, at his former school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.</p><p>Martin was drafted by the Dolphins in the second round in 2012 and spent the first two years of his career there. During his second season, it was reported that Marin was being bullied by other members of the Dolphins offensive line. An investigation from lawyer Ted Wells found a <a href="https://www.si.com/2014/02/14/miami-dolphins-jonathan-martin-richie-incognito-investigation" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:&quot;pattern of harassment&quot;" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">&quot;pattern of harassment&quot;</a> by Miami linemen Incognito, Pouncey and John Jerry. The evidence revealed racist, sexually explicit, homophobic and misogynistic messages were sent to Martin, including a voicemail from Incognito in which Incognito calls Martin the n-word. Incognito was suspended eight games.</p><p>Martin played one more year in the NFL with the 49ers after leaving the Dolphins. After that season, a back injury <a href="https://www.si.com/nfl/2015/07/27/dolphins-49ers-jonathan-martin-retires" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pushed Martin to retire" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pushed Martin to retire</a>. The summer after retiring, Martin revealed he <a href="https://www.si.com/nfl/2015/08/26/jonathan-martin-depression-suicide-attempt" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:attempted suicide multiple times during his career" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">attempted suicide multiple times during his career</a>. It was also reported that he was <a href="https://www.si.com/nfl/2015/08/27/jonathan-martin-memoir-book-nfl-career" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:working on a memoir" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">working on a memoir</a> that summer.</p>
Report: Jonathan Martin Released From Custody After Tagging Ex-Teammates in Photo of a Gun

Former Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has been released from custody Friday, one day after posting a disturbing photo on his social media account that forced the closure of a California high school, ESPN's Kyle Bonagura reports.

Matt Stone of ABC reported the original news that Martin was taken into custody.

Michael Balsamo of the Associated Press reported that Martin was questioned and is not under arrest, and a law enforcement official told the AP it was not clear if Martin posted the photo himself.

Martin, 28, posted a picture Thursday in an Instagram story featuring a gun with the chilling words "When you’re a bully victim & a coward, your options are suicide, or revenge." The post tagged former Dolphins teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey, as well as Los Angeles-area Harvard-Westlake high school. Martin graduated from the high school in 2008.

“Last evening, we learned of an Internet post that mentions Harvard-Westlake by name,” the school said in a statement as it closed both its campuses. “Out of an abundance of caution, and because the safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our top priority, we made the decision to close school (Friday). We are working closely with law enforcement and will share more information when we are able.”

According to the Los Angeles Times, students received a message through the school’s Emergency Notification System at 7:14 a.m. PT Friday. Police reported to both campuses.

The two other accounts tagged in the post appear to belong to men who attended Harvard-Westlake at the same time as Martin. James Dunleavy, the son of former NBA coach Mike Dunleavy, graduated from Harvard-Westlake in 2007 before going to play basketball at USC, and there is a T.J. Taylor who played on the Harvard-Westlake basketball team and graduated in 2007.

This post comes a week after 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla., at his former school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Martin was drafted by the Dolphins in the second round in 2012 and spent the first two years of his career there. During his second season, it was reported that Marin was being bullied by other members of the Dolphins offensive line. An investigation from lawyer Ted Wells found a "pattern of harassment" by Miami linemen Incognito, Pouncey and John Jerry. The evidence revealed racist, sexually explicit, homophobic and misogynistic messages were sent to Martin, including a voicemail from Incognito in which Incognito calls Martin the n-word. Incognito was suspended eight games.

Martin played one more year in the NFL with the 49ers after leaving the Dolphins. After that season, a back injury pushed Martin to retire. The summer after retiring, Martin revealed he attempted suicide multiple times during his career. It was also reported that he was working on a memoir that summer.

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